Douglas College students invited to participate in TransLink survey

Douglas College students are invited to take part in an online TransLink survey focusing on more than 85 proposed transit changes.

The survey is available until Nov. 6 and features questions on proposed changes aiming to improve your experience as a rider.

The changes that could most affect Douglas College students are the Burnaby/New Westminster Package, which includes changes to Community Shuttle Buses, re-routing buses and introducing a new bus-only left-turn signal on Cumberland Street, and the Metrotown – Edmonds – New Westminster package, which suggests splitting the route into two services at Edmonds station, redesigning the route and introducing the New K line.

Other proposed changes that could affect students are featured in the Northeast Sector: Millennium Line – Evergreen Extension, which would see the Millennium line connecting Coquitlam to Vancouver, via Port Moody and Burnaby, as well as six new stations added to the network at Lafarge Lake-Douglas, Lincoln, Coquitlam Central, Inlet Centre, Moody Centre and Burquitlam.

The Port Moody – North Coquitlam Package would introduce a series of new buses, re-routing and the discontinuation of the 178, C27 and C28, while the The Northeast Coquitlam – Port Coquitlam Package proposes a redesign of the C37 and C38 and the extension of the C40 from Port Coquitlam Centre to Coquitlam Central Station. 

For more information on the survey, or to take part in the survey, visit TransLink’s website.

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